BIC Peers: The BIC family is made up of many people, including your peers!
- Get to know your BIC peers and future BIC friends. BIC is a place where you’ll find friendships that will last a lifetime!
(For 2021 BIC Cohort) BIC Peer instructors (PIs) and Examined Life Mentors: BIC upperclassmen are here to help you your Freshman year!
- Check out their pages and connect with them HERE.
- check out more resources at the Welcome Page.
BIC Faculty: BIC Faculty love their students!
- Connect with your faculty by clicking HERE.
BIC Advisors: BIC Advisors are here to help!
- Learn about your advisors and the advising process HERE.
The BIC Leadership Council: Your BIC peers are shaping the BIC community!
- Whether it’s the academic, events, or external relations committee, BIC students are on the front lines shaping our community. To learn more about the team and/or annual events, click HERE.
The BIC reception is open and is welcoming in-person interaction. Though our spacing is limited and we want continue to follow COVID guidelines, you are welcome to come by the reception space and say hello! We have a special office air filter and enough space for two students at a time. We are also limiting the time to an hour in the office max in order to open the office space to more students and ensure your safety. The BIC office is in Morrison 231. NOTE: BIC advising is done in-person. Your BIC community cares and is here to support you!
Want to get published or work in undergraduate research?
The Pulse, the undergraduate scholarly publication of the Honors College at Baylor University, is accepting submissions for its 2021-2022 annual publication. This is a rare opportunity for you to potentially publish your scholarly writing, and submissions from all academic disciplines are welcome. If you are interested in being published, please use the links below to get started:
To submit research papers, use THIS LINK. This form is due Friday, October 1 at midnight.
The Pulse is also accepting applications for editor positions. Editorial board members make invaluable contributions to the yearly operations of the journal while gaining real editing experience and important management skills. Leadership positions will be available in the future for motivated members. All Pulse staff members are also eligible to earn lower-level honors credit.
To submit an application for an editor position, use THIS LINK. This form is due Friday, September 24 at midnight.
FAQs and detailed information can be found on our website, https://www.baylor.edu/pulse/.
Please read the application carefully. Helpful details, FAQs, logistics, and requirements are outlined thoroughly on our website. Students interested in submission should visit both the application and FAQ links to be fully acquainted with the evaluation process.
We hope you take advantage of this opportunity to publish your research and gain valuable experience!
Are you interested in international relations and diplomacy in the Western Hemisphere? If so, Model Organization of American States (MOAS) is for you! The Organization of American States (OAS) is a regional organization within the United Nations that attends to the needs of the Western Hemisphere. In this class, we debate, look at current events, and finally, compete in regional and global competitions representing countries within the hemisphere (we go to Washington in the spring!).
This semester, we are Trinidad and Tobago & Venezuela, and we are looking for new members. Our class meets M/W at 5:30pm-7:30pm. If you are interested, please email Dr. Supplee, the faculty advisor at: joan_supplee@Baylor.edu You can also contact me, the MOAS assistant at: firstname.lastname@example.org Hope to see some of y’all there!
Gabriela Fernández Castillo
Baylor University 2021
Baylor Interdisciplinary Program
B.A. International Studies & Psychology
Improve your public speaking skills, travel, make friends from all over the world, AND get class credit! Join Model Organization of American States (MOAS)
HIS 2v89, HIS 4v89 or PSC 4v89 counts as a Regional Studies Credit (HIS, PSC, International Studies) and for the Global Certificate
A one credit course that will change the course of your life!
When: M 5:30-7 and W 5:30-7:30
Where: Tidwell GL05
- Wednesday, October 20: Permits are available for the Spring 2022 Model UN Class – PSC 3375.
- Wednesday, October 27: Deadline to join the club to be eligible to attend the regional TexMUN conference in February 2022.
- Wednesday, November 3: Deadline to contact Dr. Flavin to request a course permit for Spring 2022.
- Monday, December 6: Deadline to join the club to be eligible to compete for a spot on the spring national traveling team.
Baylor’s Maastricht Program (January 22-April 22, 2022), emphasizing BIC course credit.
The Spring 2022 Maastricht experience is ideal for students studying in the Baylor Interdisciplinary Core. On this three-month adventure, you will earn a semester worth of college credit while living in The Netherlands and traveling throughout Europe. The trip fee ($5,750) includes not just housing, insurance, and a partial meal plan, but also flights to and from Europe, a 5-day all-expense-paid group trip around The Netherlands, and a day trip to walk the battlefield of Waterloo. The most impressive covered-expense is the 3-month Eurail Pass which allows you to travel practically anywhere in Europe. One perk to participating in the spring program is that you will get to experience the four-day city wide festival that is Carnival! Courses are arranged so that you have three-day weekends as well as three weeks of free travel at the end. The trip is available to any student of any major who has 30 credit hours and at least a 3.0 GPA. The program is very flexible. You can earn credit in History, Political Science, Marketing, Communications, Art, Great Texts, Journalism, Philosophy, and Psychology. One of the 4000 level History courses can count for BIC 4389. There is also the opportunity to develop an independent course with a favorite Baylor professor. Anyone who is interested in more information should e-mail Dr. Wingerd (Zachary_Wingerd@baylor.edu), stop by his office (Tidwell 205.20), and/or visit the BearsAbroad page. The application deadline is October 1, 2021.